System for monitoring personal exposure to air pollution

CleanSpace helps to research the link between air pollution and chronic disease.

CleanSpace

Air pollution is the single biggest environmental health risk (WHO data), linked to 7 million premature deaths annually. Air pollution can suppress normal lung function in children and foetal brain development and is linked to the onset of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, lung disease and dementia in adults. CleanSpace is a system for monitoring personal exposure to air pollution and helps to research the link between air pollution and chronic disease.

Impact

CleanSpace allows long term monitoring of air pollution to identify hotspots. This data can be used to research links between pollution and chronic disease.

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57 Million

consented geo-tagged data readings to date

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3 Million

consented geo-tagged air pollution readings per month

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Scientifically Tested

The CleanSpace Tags have been tested by the Environmental Research Group at King's College London and the National Physical Laboratory.

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Smart Sensing

CleanSpace uses machine learning and advanced algorithms to remotely calibrate the sensors and optimise the frequency of sensor polling.

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Highly Portable

CleanSpace Tags are portable devices which means they can be carried by individuals or easily installed in indoor environments to monitor near real-time air quality.

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Benefits

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Real-time data

Ability to measure near real-time air quality data and review historical trends, allowing for observation timeliness.

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Health Insights

CleanSpace can also be used to aid scientific and medical research concerning the effects of air pollution exposure on personal health.

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Pollution hotspots

Provides members with actionable air quality data, enabling individuals to understand the air quality around them and choose cleaner routes.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Drayson Technologies to pilot this truly innovative technology in our intensive care units. Together with our charity, we want to create the best possible environment for healing and being able to monitor the environmental conditions in near real-time will be crucial in achieving this.”

MISS ZOE PENN, MEDICAL DIRECTOR FOR CHELSEA ANDWESTMINSTER HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST

“CleanSpace monitoring has become essential in planning my schedule and locations. I can look at the pollution readings and avoid polluted areas, preventing the onset of any respiratory symptoms and potentially avoiding a COPD attack. Knowledge is power!”

DEREK, A COPD SUFFERER AND MEMBER OF THE BRITISH LUNG FOUNDATION, AUGUST 2017

Image copyright Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford.

Oxford Office

Big Data Institute
Old Road Campus
Headington
Oxford, OX3 7LF

Big Data Institute, Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7LF

+44 (0) 3300 581845

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